When do you answer the last phone booth in L.A.? Only when your conscience has nothing to say.
Man hits a homeless and her child. And one may escape from Law but is one ever free from their consciousness. The deaths of the innocent, though unintentional dosen’t spare the consciousness even when one tries to cover it up. It’s so true that one can hardly hide from oneself. Also the script reflects the cruel attitude of few to consider the the life of the homeless is worthless.
Writer Biography - Lawrence Whitener
25 feature screenplays with 12 more in rough draft and 10 short films with 4 more in pre-production, all having over 300 Awards on IMDb...in just the past 6 years.
Author and fellow college alumni David Baldacci convinced me to become a writer in 2013 on the set of his "Wish You Well." I was then taught by Yale Screenwriting Professor Marc Lapadula.
Project Type: Screenplay
Number of Pages: 7
Country of Origin: United States
First-time Screenwriter: No
Student Project: No